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The teaser shows the singer introducing viewers to characters Goldie the Dancer, Yosef Shulem the MC, Kriss the Clown, Ace the Animal Trainer and Princess Mandee.
The 'Roar' singer appears as a chef who has just finished preparing a birthday cake in the clip.
The vintage artwork features little Perry dressing in a floral dress while posing with her younger sister.
The 'Royals' hitmaker tells an Australia radio station that she wants to headline her own shows 'instead of supporting someone else.'
After being kissed by Cyrus during a 'Bangerz' concert in L.A., Perry commented, 'God knows where that tongue has been,' and the 21-year-old star apparently is not happy about it.
The 'Dark Horse' singer mispronounces some of the city names, referring to Hobart as Hogwarts, when presenting the weather.
The 'Dark Horse' singer talks about the kiss with Cyrus in an interview in Australia, saying, 'She like tried to move her head and go deeper and I pulled away.'
Shazad Iqbal, who started the petition on change.org, announces the removal of 'Allah' symbol from the clip and thanks people for their support.
The 'Roar' singer reveals in a Twitter post that she helped deliver a baby in someone's living room and calls it 'a miracle of a day.'
Shazad Iqbal from England starts a petition asking YouTube to remove the clip that features a man being 'burned whilst wearing a pendant forming the word 'Allah'.'
While performing 'Adore You', Cyrus leaned in to Perry, who sat in the front row of her concert, and stole a kiss.
The 'Dark Horse' singer models a black satin dress and long coat, while the 'R.I.P.' songstress dons a black and gold T-shirt.
Some men, who come with gifts like diamond, food and even pyramid, turn into dust after they fail to win the queen's heart.
The 'Roar' hitmaker has been named as Woman of the Year at the Elle Style Awards with Kylie Minogue presenting the award.
The 30-second trailer reveals that the upcoming video will tell the story of men trying to win the heart of 'a magic queen in Memphis, Egypt.'